International Mediation and Russia’s involvement in the recent poisoning case

October 27, 2020 0 Comments

This paper examines Russia’s role in European security. Recent allegations against Putin regarding the poisoning of Navalny and the EU sanctions imposed on Russia seem to have no consequence on the superpower that continues to deny all accusations. Is Russia defensive or aggressive to these accusations? Introduction Briefly, Navalny arrived in Berlin hospital 2 days …

Policing and Mediation

January 27, 2020 9 Comments

‘The aim of this paper is to present the Spanish police experience, regarding the implementation and deployment of alternative dispute resolution systems in citizenship and especially in the law enforcement agencies. One of the tools that have really worked is the implementation of Police Mediation as an alternative dispute resolution method. This results in the …

Mediating between Security v. Human rights positions: the common ground and interest shared

January 22, 2020 9 Comments

Whenever security is discussed, there seem to be two sides emerging, seemingly one contesting the other: Security v. Human Rights. The debate becomes stronger whenever the discussion regards terrorism, a crime and security threat that is very high on the agenda of the international community and has been pivotal in the change of laws and …